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're not withdrawing from the world. president obama talks about making more commitments to east asia than in the past. i do not see any prospect. >> it is so overwhelmingly impossible. >> the united states is still the most powerful country on earth. i do not think i heard anything to suggest any other country -- the united states may have fewer capabilities going forward relative to the world, there is no one country that is likely to be a competitor or replacement for the united states. we have a unique capacity. it is therefore able to assess it its interests in shipping the international environment so it can have a geopolitical phase that is cross regions and allows the united states to pursue interests and all the different ways. >> you talk about the far right. the high point of republican isolationism is when pat buchanan got whatever percentage of the vote he got a downturn 1992. there has not been another person in the republican party -- ron paul has not occurred yet. the nominee ron paul has not occurred. every candidate rigid and that we are not on the record here -- there was no isolati
to the campaign in addition to these entertainers, don. >> so a debate, two big names in the obama campaign, talked about today about the president's performance. what's their assessment four days later? i heard some of it this morning on the sunday shows. but what's their assessment of his performance? >> reporter: that's right. you're talking about david axelrod and david gibbs. they were on the sunday shows, and they were really going after mitt romney. yes, they admitted the president was disappointed in his performance during the debate, but also going after what mitt romney said during the debate coming right out and saying that he was dishonest. take a listen. >> i'm not going to take away from mitt's masterful thee at trickle performance. he did a superb acting job. you know, he did everything but learn tap dance. >> i think he was dishonest, absolutely, when he said he never proposed $5 trillion in tax cuts. that was dishonest. he said on the broadcast to 70 million americans, i will repeal obama care but i will still be able to cover people with pre-existing conditions and ten min
and a half away. i've talked to a lot of democrats and big obama fans who are miserable about the president's debate performance because they think he did a bad job and might have ruined his chances. >> why do you think that was? >> you know, part of it was president obama's strategy. he wanted to come in looking presidential. david axlerod says in a conference call this week with reporters that the president didn't want the american people to see two candidates on stage insulting each other and for that reason he stayed above the fray but he needed to look for aggressive. >> stay above the fray? right after the debate, the president's campaign officials and advisories called mitt romney a liar. >> they absolutely did. and i think that's because they realized the strategy didn't work. >> let me ask you about campaign contributions. the obama campaign saying that 181 million i believe was raised in small donations. nevertheless, governor romney was able to raise more than 10 million right after that debate. what does that mean, those campaign contributions, at this point? >> the president's
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big bird and that would be barack obama. >> peter: mitt romney was talking about winners and losers, who is getting. listen to this. >> i thought we were bringing up a clip. >> and like 50 year's worth of breaks into solar and wind, to solyndra and fisker and tesla. and i had a friend that says you don't just pick the winners, you pick the losers. >> peter: and what do you say about that? >> i think it a fantastic quote. i think that mitt romney when responding to barack obama talking about exxon, and making tons of money at the pump. and in quebec the government was making so much off the gas at the pump and people got mad and put up a pie chart on the gas station and showed you the profit margin for the gas company versus revenue to the government. i would have pro cussed on that, young people probably want cheaper gas, it not about free stuff, but keeping the government in constitutional parameters. big bird, and you go everyone where young people are saying mitt romney wants to kill big bird. he doesn't. he want him to operate on a-- i grew up with big bird, ab big bird lunch bo
was talking about, 49-50%. and looking at virginia, and there mitt romney has pulled ahead of president obama 49-48% within the mar begin of error, but definitely experiencing a debate bounce. and speaking of which, let's talk about the money they have been able to raise because this plays into how people are feeling after the debate as well. in just the 48 hours since the debate, mitt romney has been able to raise 12 million dollars online and just staggering numbers. >> peter: at the same time, the president announced that they raised 181 million dollars in september, about 1.8 million dollars, 1.8 million donations and they said of that, about 600,000 for people that never contributed before. and i read a piece in breitbart this morning that says most of those folks were allegedly giving under $50 or so-so we'll never know the names of those people that actually gave. under federal law there's no obligation to disclose who those donors actually are. so, that's interesting, that they say there's hundreds of thousands of people that are coming forward, but we'll never know who they actually
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. >>> and the political debate everyone is talking about. not obama/romney, but jon stewart versus bill o'reilly. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> it is sunday, october 7th. i'm randi kaye. so glad you're with us. the pharmacy has recalled all of its products nationwide. the move comes as the cdc reports two more deaths from the disease, bringing the total now to seven. take a look at this map with me. 64 cases of fungal meningitis are confirmed in the nine states that you see highlighted there, but that number could go up. health officials say the contaminated steroid went out to 76 medical facilities in 23 states. our chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta has more details on the symptoms of this disease. >> randi, it's worth pointing out again we're talking about fungal meningitis as opposed to bacterial meningitis or the most common form, viral meningitis, that's the type you hear about typically being spread on college campuses. fungal meningitis, if there's any good news, it's not contagious. people got this because it was injected into them through a contaminated ste
obama, and apparently, he was pretty rough on him. and really talk back to him and said, you cannot do that, you have done this bad day, which he is not used to hearing, but he took it, because he understood this was the performance of his life. and it was the performance of his life. he had an unwilling co- conspirator in obama, who did not show up to play, but i think this would have been a great debate for him the matter what. he was really on, and he had worked hard to be on, and he is a very knowledgeable person. >> the threat of the guillotine can focus the mind. people do not realize that romney is a very smart man. he is articulate, and he is capable. we saw this in the primary, and absorbing a lot of information about his opponents, and then spitting it back out. folks forget, this is one of the most evenly matched debates on the presidential level and i did not know how many years. george w. bush, john mccain, bob dole, they were not debaters. the republicans finally have someone on the state that could take it to a democratic challenger. >> colby? >> the prospect of hanging
on the sunday talk shows, top obama campaign strategists went after mitt romney accusing him of making false statements. today in port st. lucie he fired about. >> you heard his answers or nonanswers. of course days later we hear his excuses, and next january we'll be watching him leave the wlous for the last time. >> reporter: next romney heads to virginia for a major foreign policy speech at the virginian military institute. after that the gop nominee will campaign in more critical battleground states like ohio and iowa. fred. >> thanks so much, jim. >>> for both presidential campaigns, this week could turn out to be as much of a roller coaster ride as last week was since jobs and the economy are what a lot of voters are worried about. i asked dana millbank of the "washington post," between the debate and new jobs numbers, which is the game-changer? >> well, if you asked it before the jobs numbers came out, fredricka, you certainly would say that this changed the fundamentals of the campaign. however, the jobs numbers very quickly erase some of that. we'll begin to say as poll numbers come
at the obama record and something the president declined to talk about himself and went deep on his tax policy and his health policy, so he put some entirely new baseline for the election. >> paul: kim, there are a lot of republicans were willing to start writing off mitt romney if he didn't do welcome. i mean, there really were. and they were worried that his fund raising might fall off and there would be a big problem. so, is there new momentum, new optimism on the republican side? >> no worries about the fund raising dropping off now, i tell you that. i mean, you have not seen this much enthusiasm for mitt romney since he's ever run, going back to 2008. but i think because he went out there and talked about ideas, this is what the republicans have been arguing he needed to do all along because you can't say it's a choice you've got to prove it's a choice. that's what he did in denver. the most important thing he did, he explained the choices very clearly. he talked about things like growth versus tax hikes, about free market health care versus obamacare and that was the way he needed to exp
and the issues we talk about are in service of that. that was the opportunity for obama to hold him accountable. what about mitch mcconnell who said his goal is to make me a one-term president. what about the debt ceiling where you push me over the cliff with no plan. what about the budget plan where we were about to shut out the lights in government? there was a fight for failure there's been the core approach of the republican leadership. i think that was an opportunity for romney to say something. congress is dysfunctional. his republican leadership that had a plan that incidentally worked for quite a while. if nothing gets done, most people who are getting stuff done throw their hands up. that was the moment where i thought the president had the opportunity to show that he was a fighter. that's what people also want to know. when romney stole the show by literally turning upside down what his positions have been, it was time to hold him accountable. >> i can't make sense out of it. it's been said in some places and no, not by me that obama actually, this has been said by people that maybe h
talk about small business trying to provide reassurance. it's what president obama is trying to do. we want to be your partner. when they talk small business, they are pegging us as the one who is the enemy. >> j.j., do you agree with what he said? you spend all your time talking to small business owners. the category is so murky. i watch your show and i have a retail shop and seven employees. >> access to capital is an issue. i don't find it as the biggest issue. i think the nifb does say this. in my expeernls i agree with it. a lot of people aren't going out trying to get loans because they are not sure they can pay them back. sba increased the number of loans but there are a lot of issues with banks being able to issue loans to small businesses. that's the issue. >> sba doesn't give money, it just guarantees loans. you have to go to the local bank to qualify. there are a ton of business owners as you know, who don't have the collateral or good credit to get a bank loan and then get a guarantee. >> talking about regulations, there are regulatory issues making it harder for banks to l
talk about all the old heads, the names we already know, the point of the obama story is no one could have said his name four years previously. when i look at the gop bench, quite honestly, i see a deep bench, many of them first generation, second generation, other folks who were coming through. >> i think there is the new face of american leadership. it's hard to tell who is going to be on the ticket in 2016. i would like to put in a plug for the challenges that ryan is going to have on foreign policy if he thinks that his experience is around sending people to war. i mean we're looking at an increasingly savvy, diverse electorate. young people. i do think the age will hurt joe biden. i want to say as big a fan i am of hillary. even though i run a nonpartisan organization. i think it will matter. an aging woman versus an aging man is a big issue. i also think he's going to be 74, right? that's going to be a tough -- >> get more of the pictures shirtless. i'm with you. i really do have a great deal of respect for secretary of state clinton. she's an extraordinary person within america
about half the planet like talking about obama's jobs plan, the entire plan is to give more money to teachers and, that is not obama's plans and similarly you are mischaracterizing the romney plan, saying, it is -- you are right, $5 trillion by lowering the tax rate but he talks about cutting loopholes... >> oh, chris, which loopholes and which deductions? senator, i doubt seriously you would be in favor of doing away or cutting the home mortgage deduction, for middle class americans. i mean, governor romney has not said what the secret plan is for these $5 trillion in tax cuts like he will not talk about what his tax returns have been or how much money -- >> with all dull due respect, governor, mitt romney made it clear in the debate and spoke directly to the american people he will not lower the burden on upper income individuals, we know, chris, upper income individuals rely more heavily on deduction and he'll give the relief to the middle class and it will be deficit neutral and, of course one of the best lines of the debate, you can -- i have a sons and you can tell the story
%. >> president barack obama: today's news certainly is not an excuse to try to talk down the economy. to score a few political points. >> find to have someone elected president who has a plan and will create 12 million jobs and rising incomes. >> that is a serious statement... [cheers and applause]. >> chris: and there will be a lot more fireworks, in these final 30 days, of the campaign. now, a program note: be sure to tune into this fox station an fox news channel for full coverage of this week's vice presidential debate. that is thursday night, at 9:00 p.m and that's it for today. have a great week. and we'll see you next foz sunday. ♪ fox news sunday. ♪ bla
: president obama gave an address yesterday talking about how congress should act to keep taxes low. let's take a listen. >> 97% of small-business owners will not see their taxes go up next year. this is something everybody says they agree on. it should have gotten done months ago. republicans in congress are standing in the way. there are holding tax cuts for 98% of americans hostage until they pass tax cuts for of the richest 2%. congress needs to step up and provide every responsible homeowner a chance to save $3,000 a year on mortgage at refinancing at lower rates. i give them a plan to do that in february. it is a plan that has the support of independent nonpartisan economists. republicans will not let it come to a vote. ask them how that helps homeowners. congress needs to step up and pass my plan to create a job corps to help our returning heroes find jobs as cops, firefighters and park rangers across the country. republicans in the senate voted that plane down. ask them why somebody who fights for the country abroad should have to fight for a job when they come home? ask them to
people he is not the scary, plutocrat that the obama campaign has been making him out to be, talking about a personal story with a son of church members, when governor romney was a senior member of the church in belmont, massachusetts. david came down with leukemia. governor romney, who was mitt romney, went to spend a lot of time with him. in the hospital, wrote out his will for him. here's what the governor said about david. >> and to all of this, david had the kind of strength and courage and... and maturity you see in so many of our young people and so many of the people in this great nation of ours. i thought of that wonderful slogan, clear eyes, full heart, can't lose. david passed away. but i will always remember, never forget his courage, his clear eyes, his full heart, he won't lose. jewel the governor has been talking about partial -- personal stories of pem on the campaign trail, but this is the first time he has talked about him helping people. this is something we heard about at the republican convention in tampa at the end of august. but the governor had been reluctant
trying to boost his chances in that critical swing state. obama is that a campaign events in california. on the sunday talk show circuit there were still talking about the debate. >> we had a good week. we need to have a good one this began the week after. >> i will not take away from his masterful performance. he did a superb acting job. he did everything but learn to tap dance. >> up next on the debate calendar, a vice presidential debate face-off. >> venezuelan immigrants have made the journey to louisiana to vote in today's presidential election elie their homeland. people started lining up early this morning outside the venezuelan consulate to pass their ballot for the incumbent hugo chavez or the young opponent. they closed down the miami consulate. >> we drove 23 hours to come here. a further reason to stay in your house secure in venezuela. it does not matter you vote for. vote. >> people from as many as 10 states travel to new orleans. >> a cold and damp sunday. will it be th alexis douglas: i can remember when i was younger and... my family was not necessarily financially st
difference between the two candidates and importantly we saw obama didn't understand what he was talking about."" this thursday vice president joe biden will trade opinions in foreign and domestic policy with g-o-p vice presidential candidate paul ryan in the vice presidential debate. the final two presidential debates will air live on october 16th and 22nd. this week we spoke to an expert on presidental debates...he outlines the history of this american political tradition. ">>>this week the american people had a chance to see both canidates side by side as they told voters why they should be the president of the united states. how much effect will the debates have on the vote? "i think that they can the political science literature suggests that they don't have a great amount of impact on the election but i really think that they can they help drive the narrative." political science professor james brent says debates have not been very memorable in the past few elections. past presidential debates had any dramatic moments that helped shape the race? mit romney is trailing in the polls
-- >> chris: if i may, sir. you are talking about half of the planet it would be like talking about obama's jobs plans and saying the entire aro teachers. it is not obama's plan. similarly you are mischaracterizing the romney plan. saying you're right there is $5 trillion lowering the tax rates but he talks about cutting loopholes. but that is part of the plan. >> but he won't say, chris, which loopholes and which deductions. senator, i doubt seriously you would be if favor of doing away or cutting the home mortgage deduction for middle class americans. governor romney has not said what the plan is for paying for the $5 trillion in tax cuts just like he won't talk about what his tax returns have been or -- >> with all due reis spect, governor, first of all, governor romney made is clear in the debate and he was actually able to speak directly to the american people that he is not going to lower the burdening on up youer income individuals. we know that upper income individuals rely more heavily on deductions and he will give the relief on the middle class and it will be deficit neutral. o
today that went down saturday night, they're not talking about president obama, governor romney, or even "saturday night live." they are talking about fox news host bill o'reilly and the daily show host john stewart. both men went at it and left no subject off the table during debate they billed as the rumble in the air conditioned auditorium at george washington university in d.c. >> fox news is sort of the lupus of news. they are -- they have seen something. it is there with a -- and fox news has gone overboard. >> well, hey -- [ applause ] >> fnc is making a billion dollars a year so something is -- >> you can't make money selling -- >> if you missed it last night, you can watch it on-line at the rumble 2012.com. >>> romney's foreign policy speech. afghanistan, israel, iran. which issue will romney focus on and which one gives him more ammunition against president obama? we'll take a look. jack, you're a little boring. boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada... really
, the belief that wall street would self regulate itself. barack obama was talking about reinstating those regulations. john, on 20 different occasions, called for more deregulation. he said he wants to do for the health care industry, deregulate it and let the free market move like he did for the banking industry. so deregulation was the promise. guess what. those people who say don't go into debt, they can barely pay to fill their gas tank. i asked a guy named joe. i said, julie, how much does it cost to fill your tank? he said i don't know. i never have enough money to do it. the middle class needs relief, tax relief. they needed now. >> the governor, if you like to respond to what he said about senator mccain's remarks. >> we can speak an agreement that, don wright, we need tax relief for americans so that -- darn right, we need tax relief for americans so that we can have jobs in america. barack had 94 opportunities to side on the people's side and reduce taxes and 94 times he voted to increase taxes or not support a tax reduction. 94 times. that is not what we need to create jobs and
have not talked about the big, you know, the big gorilla in the room, and that is organized labor, which will pump $400 million to $450 million into the race like four years ago. obama here, romney here, outside groups on behalf of romney evening it up, and labor comes in like this. the president will out spend mitt romney. lou: when you talk about the gorilla there, it's not just union money, but ground forces going to work. are you satisfied that governor romney has a sufficient ground force ready to meet what will be a daunting ground operation on the part of the president obama? >> well, i don't know state-by-state, but i have talked to some of the people involved in some of these states who are old political hands and know what's going on. in ohio, they are already blowing through the 2004 bush ground game metrics with one exception -- voter registration. you have -- neither party's done a good job on registration this year. yeah, wisconsin, ohio, virginia, i mean, all the reports you hear from people paying close tension to it is that the ground game is big, massive, and str
president. gma is in talks to have michelle obama co-host. they're totally focused on getting their husbands elected president. they should be interviewed by all means, but that seat should be reserved for journalists. have oprah or stephen colbert, but ann shouldn't be next to george stephanopoulos. they don't need to do this to get attention. >>> the weather channel caused turbulence by announcing it will name big winter storms like hurricanes. the official reason is to make it easier to communicate the threat from storms as they develop, but it smells like a gimmick. especially with a list of names ranging from brutus to caesar to zeus. they say the criteria how storms get named could confuse people or could serve as a branding exercise for the weather channel. >>> and jennifer livingston gained some fame, anchor in lacrosse, wisconsin, ticked off by an e-mail from a viewer saying her ample frame did not provide a suitable example for young girls. i will hope you will reconsider your responsibility as local personality to present and promote a healthy life-style. livingston responded on a
substance. let me hear some obama substance. your substance is to attack romney. that's the whole campaign. where was the president's vision? if he had a couple of sharp ideas, he would have had a better debate. >> the president talked about his health care plan, and mitt romney said my health care plan will do the same thing. >> i do think there's an issue here of whether something has to give. again, you can talk about fact checkers. simpson and bowles, i spoke to them and romney praises them. the math doesn't add up. somebody has to give. you have to specify where the deductions are. you can't increase defense spending, extend the bush cuts, 20% on top of that, and just say, no, it's going to be ok, we'll grow our way into it. that does raise a fair amount of scrutiny. >> sure. i think that's legitimate. first of all, romney has said to the degree they can't get the loopholes closed in congress, he'll reduce the tax credit. that he'll stick to the principle that it will pay for itself. there's a general argument over whether you should count economic growth. simpson and bowles don't cou
propose this medicare plan. we're not talking about that now. we're talking about barack obama's failed leadership. he's basically behaved like rob portman would have bee had as a running mate. they want the boring running mate. i think you're right. they usually think about me, paul ryan was everybody conservative republican five years ago. this was a great springboard for the future getting on this ticket. i'm starting to look at it and say, if romney/ryan does not win, his stock could go down long-term. >> here's the unfortunate truth. the last time a vice presidential nominee made a difference is when 1960 when lbj for texas. that's number one. number two, vice presidential running mates always, first thing is do no harm. we learned that obviously from sarah palin. most americans look at the vice presidential debate and say i'm still going to vote for romney or the president. unless there's a game changer like a sarah palin moment. that's not going to happen on thursday. i go back to my original point. these are two very smart people sticking to the talking points. at the end of the
replacing it all the time. >> he's talking about replacing obama care, which is partly how he pays for his tax cuts, he cuts out all the spending built into obama care. >> let me go back to one example that hilary uses, 86% of americans favor an energy independence plan that romney is depending on. five counties in eastern ohio that have five billion barrels of oil. something people didn't know a year and a half ago. all of a sudden you have an entire explosion of new energy sources in this country. that's why romney talks about okaying the keystone pipeline. romney has two other advantages. >> reagan approved more things that any administration has, ever. >> finish your point and then we'll take a break. >> romney now has two great advantages that reagan had. the first is, there are real substantive differences in the two approaches. the second is, every time they run a truly vicious ad and then you see romney in the debate. he's not the person they ran the ad about. it's what happened to reagan in 1980. >> we'll come back and hear more from robert gibbs responding. we'll previewed debate
. but there are substantial number of latinos there, particularly around the disdistrict of columbia. if he talks tough, first of alllet me ask you this. i withdraw that statement. the governor said he will not repeal president obama's temporary dream act measure where he gave a pass, a two year visa to those students you know story who were brought here as children. do you regret that governor romney has done that? >> no, i don't regret that he has. i think your word tough is a little different word. i think if he comes out and talks about the fact as we listen to a lot of voters concerned about immigration issues. one of their concerns are the huge backlog that they have of getting legitimate applications processed. i think you will find governor romney talking about the need to do that. i think also he will talk about having a fair approach that actually applies the laws that we have on the commonwealth of virginia but across the country. one of the things that we see with the border incidents i think most people want us to have a clear policy that we are working with the states not against the states to t
catch yourself doing that. do something else. >> how about talking about president obama that observers say that he did not really quite start strong. >> however there are some of the basic things that it does right. he does his gestures with in the containment of this body. if he had added energy to that it would have been perfect. because high energy but contained and focus. and his gestures are not as big as macrame. >> correct. >> it is better for an executive although no and again you want to expand. >> if you would say to keep that up but the energy level? >> is exactly those gestures will not be has impact fall. >> let us go to our next clip. a lot of people say that he just looked tired. >> he did. he looked lethargic and he did not look focused and did not want to be there. i think mitt romney switch. he was more prepared. >> and on this other screen with the it is really very telling. >> and i think that what is the most telling is the lack of by contact. and it is a very submissive signal and a very stressful signal. it made him look like he had to look at his notes because h
well. i think when people talk about last week, expectations for president obama are always exceedingly high and it was relatively easy for mr. romney who had an 11th hour conversion. we recall that he is the etch-a-sketch guy that has transformed himself and quite frankly, we always have to wonder which mitt is going to show up. so if you just lay out lie after lie after lie about your own plan as well as what the president has been talking about, of course, you can look good. vice president biden will do very, very well. he knows what has been going on. he is in touch with the american public, and i'm just hopeful mr. ryan will tell the truth. whether it's about medicare and that it's a voucher program, that mr. romney and mr. ryan, their health care plan will lead to many uninsured and put people back out. if they have preexisting conditions. >> let me just step back just a minute here about your defense of the president's performance. what is your theory? i mean, it was widely panned, and the thing is if he thought as he said the next day that mitt romney isn't telling the truth, th
correspondent. we've been talking about it all weekend. president obama's record setting fundraising total for last month. $181 million raised in just one month. campaign clearly not hurting for money, so what's behind these continued trips to tinsel town? >> reporter: you've already answered your own question. you saw those polls tightening up. everyone considers mitt romney to have won the debate last wednesday. the president has these high-profile events in los angeles. he has three in los angeles, three more in san francisco. we'll talk about that concert in los angeles later today. you're right, he starts off with a smaller event. bill clinton, i think there are 12 people attendees at a private residence. george clooney hosts this concert. a lot of big names. jennifer hudson, katy perry, stevie wonder are going to be performing. another fundraiser after that. a smaller gathering. i think that's $25,000 a person. then it's on to san francisco where he's got even more high-dollar, high-cost per plate dinners. $40,000 per plate. big bucks in california, whenever a president, especially d
. >> he was talking about the energy plan. president obama picking losers. we will get the simpson-bowles one. let's bring in the panel for analysis. brit hume and joe trippi. okay, brit. your thoughts? >> well, you are right, governor romney came out. he was aggressive. when do you that, you are always in danger of seeming rude or... pugneighbors. i don't think he d. -- bug -- pugnacious. high seemed to display extraordinary knowledgeability. i don't think president obama had a bad night in the sense that he was way off his game. he was a lot like the president obama we are used to hearing. i don't think he seemed rusty. but i don't think he had the spark or the energy or the precision tonight that governor romney had. governor rom he in a good night. he didn't have a big moment that becomes a sound bite and affects how people look back on the debate. but this was a strong performance by governor romney. he needed one. i think he got it. >> joe? >> i think romney did himself a lot of good tonight. he was there on the issues. he knew his stuff. he didn't back down to the president
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